International Week of Deaf: Celebrating the Achievements of the Auditorily Impaired

Hearing Aids Child Help Foundation

People with partial or total hearing loss have been living a difficult life since the dawn of time. The difficulty of not being able to pick up auditory cues has made the basic task of…

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Youth Mental Health Day 2023: Commit to Listening to Teens

Youth Mental Health Day

For centuries, the problems of the youth have been trivialized as basic and unimportant. Their issues have been relentlessly mocked by the older generation. This belittling of such issues doesn’t do anything except cause…

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World Organ Donation Day: Let’s Pledge to Donate Organs

World Organ Donation Day Child Help Foundation

A single organ donor can save the lives of eight people. However, due to a lot of myths and superstitions, organ donation isn’t taken seriously by the citizens of India. Every year, 200,000…

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World Lung Cancer Day: Signs, Prevention and Treatment

Cancer Patient after Chemotherapy Child Help Foundation

Lung Cancer is one of the most deadly diseases in the world. It is the most common cancer among men, and second most common cancer among women, making it the second most common cancer…

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International Self-Care Day: Benefits of Prioritizing Yourself

International Self-Care Day Child Help Foundation

Self-care is largely looked down upon by our mainstream culture. Our society and Culture place a significant value on being selfless, and taking time out for yourself is largely frowned upon. While it may sound…

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Doctors; the Guardians of our Health - Celebrating National Doctor’s Day

National Doctor’s Day Child Help Foundation

“Medicines cure diseases, but only doctors can cure patients.” -Carl Jung

Doctors are an integral part of our life, if we have the slightest fever to threatening disease we entrust our doctors to cure. They…

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World Food Safety Day: 5 Habits to Adopt to Ensure Food Standards

World Food Safety Day Child Help Foundation

Every 7th of June is observed as ‘World Food Safety Day’ by the United Nations. The day aims to raise awareness about food standards and how to eat safe and healthy.

Diseases related to food…

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World No Tobacco Day: Why you should avoid Tobacco

World No Tobacco Day Child Help Foundation

More than 8 million people meet their demise through the use of tobacco. Out of which, 7 million of those deaths are through direct use of tobacco. To combat this deadly epidemic,…

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World Ovarian Cancer Day: Statistics and Facts you should know about this Deadly Disease

Ovarian Cancer Child Help Foundation

Ovarian Cancer is one of the most deadly diseases that a woman can be affected by. According to World Cancer Research Fund International, Ovarian Cancer is the 8th most common cancer among women, and…

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Mindfulness Matters: How Meditation Can Improve Your Mental Health.

Meditation and Mental Health Child Help Foundatio

Mental Health includes our emotional, psychological and social well being. It affects how we think, feel and act and also helps in determining how we handle stress and other issues and make…

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Don’t Let Epilepsy Victims Feel Alone on this Purple Day

Purple Day of Epilepsy Child Help Foundation

Purple Day was the brainchild of the then-eight-year-old Cassidy Megan. Initially, Cassidy felt hesitant to disclose her epilepsy diagnosis. Fearing rejection and bullying, she decided to keep her condition close to herself. But after hearing…

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World Cancer Day, Child Help Foundation

Every 4th of February, the world unites in supporting cancer victims by observing World Cancer Day. Established in the year 2000, at the World Cancer Summit Against Cancer for the New Millennium in…

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A Miscarriage: Understanding the Loss of a Pregnancy

Miscarriage, Child Help Foundation

A pregnancy loss, commonly referred to as a miscarriage, can be a devastating and emotional experience for expectant parents. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 10-25% of recognized pregnancies end in…

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Mental Health under the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN

The term mental health denotes a person's mental wellbeing in relation to their feelings, thoughts and emotions. In September 2015, the United Nations. included "Mental Health" to its list of Sustainable Development Goals. The…

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What is Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger?

Goal 2 of the Sustainable Development Agenda, also known as SDG2, strives to achieve "zero hunger or no hunger throughout the world." The General Assembly widely accepted the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) to be…

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What is SDG3 - Good Health and Well-being all about?

The United Nations adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which are a universal urgent call for action by all countries to put an end to poverty and protect the environment, so that by 2030…

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What is the significance of World Aids Day

World Aids Day is celebrated every year since 1988 on the 1st of December. On the occasion of this day people from all around the world unite to fight against one of the biggest health…

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What does Masculinity look like in a Modern World?

November 19 holds a special significance as it is marked as International Men’s Day. The day celebrates the presence of men around the world and appreciates their efforts that impact each of our lives. The…

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World Food Day: Where We Are and What We Need


World Food Day is commemorated worldwide to raise awareness about the need for proper nutrition that is still inaccessible to a significant part of the world. With development, our world has reached the…

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Why is Mental Health Management important to your Well-Being?

Our world is on the verge of being more mentally unstable than ever. With years of ignorance of mental health concerns, India is possibly facing a mental health epidemic. The theme for World Mental Health…

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World Heart Day: Prevention against Cardiovascular Diseases and How we can prevent it?

World Heart Day is observed and celebrated yearly on September 29 to raise awareness of cardiovascular diseases and how to control them to reduce their global impact. The World Heart Federation, in partnership with the…

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National Nutrition Week. What needs to be done.

India observes this week to spread awareness about the need of nutrition in our diets. Nowadays, junk and nutritionless food items fill what we eat throughout our day. The reason being the presence of unhealthy…

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Fighting Malnutrition- The Zero Hunger Initiative

India has never been the same since the pandemic; 2020 fundamentally altered the country's geopolitical environment, healthcare infrastructure, and even our individual choices in terms of how we live our everyday lives both inside…

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World Breast Feeding Day: The Importance of Breastfeeding for the health of a child and the mother

Each year, the World Health Organization along with UNICEF, and many more government organizations observe August 1 - August 7 as Breastfeeding Week. This week is celebrated with the intention of promoting breastfeeding around the…

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Why Is It Important to Take Care of Children's Mental Health?

What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, more unashamed conversation.
Glenn Close

Mental health and the issues that people suffer from have become the focal point of conversations in…

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Increase in Water Pollution And Its Effects on Human Health

The earth, the air, the land, and the water are not an inheritance from our forefathers but on loan from our children.
So we have to hand it over to them at…

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How the Water Crisis is Posing Problems for Humanity?

Water comprises 70% of our world, and it's simple to assume that it will always be abundant. Freshwater, on the other hand, is in short supply—we drink it, bathe in it, and use it to…

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International Day For Biodiversity: We Need To Take Action Now

Biodiversity is the core of our planet's life. It is essential to human well-being now and in the future, and its rapid decrease endangers both nature and people.

The International Day for Biological Diversity…

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How to Improve Your Mental Health

Our emotional, psychological, and social well-being are all part of our mental health. It has an impact on the way we think, feel, and act. It also influences how we deal with stress, interacts…

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Everything You Need To Know About OCD

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is defined as the occurrence of unwanted thoughts and anxieties (obsessions) that cause you to engage in repetitive actions (compulsions). Obsessions and compulsions create severe distress and interfere with daily activities.…

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World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day is celebrated on 4th February, to unite people around the world to take action against cancer. Cancer is a global challenge. Millions of people are diagnosed with Cancer every year globally. This…

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Is Exercising Good During Periods?

From the outside, periods can sound amazing. You're born with hundreds of thousands of eggs. After puberty, a gland in your brain sends a message every month that says, "Hey! Release an egg!" to your…

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The number one reason Cervical Cancer goes unnoticed by most women

January is widely recognized as the Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. It is a perfect opportunity to spread awareness regarding this disease. The number one reason why Cervical Cancer goes unnoticed by most women across the…

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Seven Most Common Cancers that occur in Children

Pediatric Cancer, also known as Childhood Cancer, is "a term used to describe cancers that occur between birth and 14 years of age." Pediatric cancers have a different nature than adult cancers. Cancers in…

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an event to show support and encouragement to those living with breast cancer and also raise awareness about prevention and early detection. Breast cancer is the most common…

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Premature Babies: How to Care for Them?

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a Preterm birth is defined as a baby born alive before 37 weeks of pregnancy are completed. There are sub-categories of preterm birth, based on gestational…

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World Immunization Week

World Immunization Week is celebrated in the last week of April, every year. It is a public health campaign to raise awareness and increase immunization rates against vaccine-preventable diseases across the globe. The World…

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World Health Day

Are you really healthy?

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” According to this, an…

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What is PCOS? Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal health condition among women of child- bearing age. This condition causes enlarged ovaries along with the formation of small cysts on the outer edges, which may cause women…

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10 steps for a Healthy pregnancy

One of the best things to happen to first-time parents and expectant mothers is to hold the baby in their arms after nine months of pregnancy. Do you remember getting confirmation from your home pregnancy…

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Health Among Children: Fighting CHD and Cancer

Being Healthy is a basic human right and a fundamental indicator of sustainable development. Children’s health is most important because they are in their evolving stage. Children are the future of our nation. In recent…

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Healthcare Challenges

COVID19 originated in Wuhan, China last year. COVID19 also known as coronavirus is an infectious disease. After WHO declared COVID19 as a pandemic on March 11 2020. India went under the lockdown for 21 days…

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